Dar Al Batoul

Address: 7 Derb Jirari, Rabat, 10030, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 7 Derb Jirari, Rabat, is near Beaches of Essaouira, Chellah, Hassan Tower, and Downtown Rabat.
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        Travel Blogs from Rabat

        Strange Voices and the King's Palace

        A travel blog entry by ktholin on Oct 12, 2015

        1 comment, 13 photos

        I awoke to the sound of strange voices coming from outside our hotel window. It was 5:45 am and still dark outside. It took a moment to get my bearings, but I soon realized I was hearing the morning call to prayer from atop a nearby minaret, the prominent tall towers scattered throughout the villages, towns and cities of Morocco. This was just the first of five calls to prayer that muslims perform each day that we would soon grow ...

        Day 1 - Rabat

        A travel blog entry by danieltregeagle on Sep 23, 2015

        16 photos

        ... and I thought that this was an opening to begin negotiations. Apparently negotiation is like a sport in Morocco and people are disappointed if you don't play. Just like a soccer match where your opponents don't bother to stop you scoring, you might win the negotiation by getting your asking price, but walk away quite dispirited. I'm going to try more negotiation this trip and see what happens. By the end of the day Anne and I were both quite tired. ...

        Road to Morocco

        A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Apr 11, 2015

        26 photos

        ... least 2 years and we responded with the same, inviting him to contact us if we are in his proximity.

        To ease the congestion at the Moroccan port the immigration process is performed on the ferry. Stamped in for a no questions asked three month stay (for more than three months questions are asked).

        We disembarked at the Tangiers port to quickly discover that this was another land of the Bakeesh.

        Temporary vehicle import permit ...

        Identité marocaine

        A travel blog entry by marco on Nov 25, 2014

        5 photos

        ... fundamentalism.

        I’ll stay within the highlights of the survey. As this latter was done by telephone, it will favor answers more socially acceptable than progressive or nonconformist. Yet, it gives an idea of what Moroccans want to be.

        Moroccans define themselves as Muslims way before being Moroccan. It’s been a long time since people in Quebec let go of their catholic status put at the fore, and let’s forget about ...


        A travel blog entry by campelis on Feb 14, 2014

        6 photos

        ... has been in full swing. We've managed to blow through our first textbook, and I'm struggling again to remember all the vocabulary, structures and pronunciations. Next week's Southern excursion will be challenging in all regards, but I want to take it as an opportunity to practice language and journalism in the field. This is the time to put everything I've learned to the test.

        There's a desire ...